Daniel Hart

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Daniel Hart happily to returned to Jewish Book Week after reading Bernard Malamud’s ‘Angel Levine’ at the 2005 festival. His recent credits include; The Mandate at The Royal National Theatre; Way To Heaven at The Royal Court; Love Soup and Vanity Fair for the BBC, and Young Avram and Poetry Please on Radio 4.

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2006

Thursday, 2 March 2006

Clive Sinclair's 'Wingate Football Club' story is an elegiac account of an English Jewish childhood. Exploring questions of diaspora Jewish identity, the pain of growing up and, of course, football.

Daniel Hart happily to returned to Jewish Book Week after reading Bernard Malamud’s ‘Angel Levine’ at the 2005 festival. His recent credits include; The Mandate at The Royal National Theatre; Way To Heaven at The Royal Court; Love Soup and Vanity Fair for the BBC, and Young Avram and Poetry Please on Radio 4.

 

 

2005

Thursday, 10 March 2005

This fantastical moral allegory, published in 1955, tells the story of a down-on-his-luck tailor who thinks his prayers have been answered when he is visited by Angel Levine, an African-American Jewish angel who promises to ease his many troubles.

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